I'm a (web) software developer from Nuremberg/Germany, currently working on some ASP.NET MVC Projects.

Apr
21
comment Placing national flags at start of sentence
As Alex mentioned below, use images, but still applying them using CSS. See here how this can be nicely solved: flag-sprites.com/en_US - You can apply a style sheet etc. "flag flag-cz" and loading a sprite is good too (might be not though, if you just want to have 2 languages)
Apr
21
revised AngularJs Creating Context Menu With SubMenu
Added more explanation to provide some learning effects
Apr
21
answered AngularJs Creating Context Menu With SubMenu
Apr
20
comment submit only checked items
@George, I'd consider it bad practice for some reasons: First is security related, you might reveal knowledge about your Database Schema to the Presentation layer, which an attacker might use. Second is also security related: There is a higher chance that you make data accessible which is in your DB Model (e.g. a Credit Card Number) which you didn't want to be displayed. Third is, actually this example: Your view requires more functionality or different behaviour than your DB Model offers. A last good reason: When your DB Model changes, you don't need to change the UI, just a few adapting bits
Apr
20
answered submit only checked items
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Mar
10
comment Simulate CTRL keypress via checkbox
See the updated version. jsfiddle.net/wzrfvcrz/2 (you also put the JS in the CSS field and i had to made minor changes). But if you read the original article, the behaviour can appear a little bit... "buggy". Maybe you can find workarounds if it appears to be buggy in your browser.
Mar
10
answered Simulate CTRL keypress via checkbox
Mar
10
comment Simulate CTRL keypress via checkbox
I think you want something like this: stackoverflow.com/questions/8641729/… (this is the always-on version, but this behaviour could be easily controlled by a checkbox)
Feb
27
revised Dynamic Data filtering
added 244 characters in body
Feb
27
answered Dynamic Data filtering
Feb
27
comment Linq query builder
Some further expanation Tim: We use some kind of Specification pattern to build query expressions in our Project. The specification is a required artifact for the builder and for cases where it's not required, there is a TrueSpecification which is basically a () => true expression. In our situation, it works well for the EF.
Feb
27
comment Linq query builder
Yes Tim, I mean that in case of Entity Framework, the SQL Command is optimized
Feb
27
answered Linq query builder
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Jan
29
comment ListBox grouping and LINQ
This is not going to work out of the box. So the short answer is No. But the ListBox supports Grouping of ungrouped Data out of the box. You will find tutorials where this is solved ( wpf-tutorial.com/listview-control/listview-grouping ). I don't see any need for LINQ here.
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18
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